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Record misbehavior with a non conformance report

A nonconformance in business is anything that did not go as planned and can occur in any sector. It can be a product-related nonconformance, an issue with a good’s supplier, or simply a process that has gone awry. At any rate, deviations need to be properly documented in order to prevent their recurrence and keep track of their prevalence. An NCR report is meant to identify areas of non-conformance with the aim to correct them. In this specific template, you can describe what went wrong, including details like date, time, number, and who was involved. Once you’ve rated its severity level, determined its cause, and attached any related documents, you can then go on to the third and final section of implementing corrective actions.

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Section 1: Non-conformance details
NC number
NC raised against
NC sent to
NC Rating
Additional documents supporting NC to be sent separately
Section 2: Description of Non-conformance (completed by site raising NC)
Date and time of NC
Related document number
Description of NC
Photo of NC (if applicable)
Cause of NC
Photo of NC cause (if applicable)
Correction required as result of NC (if not documented above)
Section 3: Corrective Action (completed by site where NC originated)
Immediate corrective actions taken (and name of person taking action)
Date of immediate corrective action/s
Corrective actions taken (and name of person taking action)
Date of corrective action/s
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A Non-Conformance Report Template is a document which is used to report any non-conformance or deviation from the defined set of rules, standards, or procedures. It is used to document and track the non-conformances, deviations, and corrective actions taken to ensure that any non-conformances are addressed in an effective and timely manner. The template usually includes sections to capture information such as the date of occurrence, the non-conformance details, corrective action taken and the follow-up action taken. It is a valuable tool for quality management and can help to improve processes and procedures.
Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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